“Over the past few years, even though you and I are continents apart, we have gotten to know each other concerning safety at marinas. Several years ago, I conducted a research project called “Marina Drownings, Life Rings & Safety Ladders”. The research project discussed my findings concerning drownings at marinas and boatyards in the United States.
Since then, you and I have discussed your man-overboard alarm pull system at marinas. Furthermore, I’ve seen via online articles your man-overboard alarm pull system working for persons who’ve fallen in a marina basin and were able to activate the system.
I applaud your efforts in continuing to make marinas safer. I’m a firm believer that safety devices and operations should be a standard and not an option. Keep up the excellent work.

Carl F. Wolf,
CMM, CMI Marina Safety Expert (Retired)

“Drowning Prevention Auckland supports the installation of systems such as Man Overboard to improve public safety at marinas and give people the best chance of being safely rescued if they unintentionally fall in the water. It is great to see the continued examples of this system keeping people safe. When you consider the cost of each drowning and non-fatal drowning, alongside the minimisation of health and safety risk from such systems, the return on investment is clearly there”.

Ants Lowe
General Manager Operations
Drowning Prevention Auckland

“I acknowledge that water safety should be a paramount consideration to any organisation that is water-adjacent, or whose members may be encountering water in any way”

“In my view, the Man Overboard Marina Alarm System seems like a highly practical initiative that would be a worthwhile investment for marinas”.

Victorian State Coroner